Not only did the media admit no “assault” rifles were used in the Sandy Hook school shootings, an AR-15 is not a so-called “assault” rifle anyway.
More evidence surfaced throughout the week surrounding the Sandy Hook school shootings, painting a picture startlingly “alternative” to the one officially suggested.
Another week has gone by since the Newtown, Connecticut shooting tragedy. Following suit is a weekly emergence of more stunning information that unfortunately points to a much different scenario surrounding the events than what the public has been led to believe.
On top of the already obvious omissions made by the establishment’s media, like the fact that there were no assault rifles used to kill any students or staff at the school, at least two other assailants were arrested attempting to flee from the scene and the impossible coincidence Sandy Hook would be referenced on a map as a target area in the “Dark Knight Rises” Batman movie, unavoidably associated with the Aurora theater shootings, new evidence has come to light that could be the smoking gun highlighting a much more serious situation than what the general public has been given the opportunity to understand.
As if those facts alone weren’t enough to raise extremely serious questions as to why the establishment’s media is refusing to acknowledge and investigate such obvious circumstances, blowing away any remaining hope these facts and omissions happen to be mere coincidence is the revelation that multiple different online events occurred, referencing the shootings specifically, days and even weeks prior to the actual shootings.
The Vimeo tribute-video and subsequent tweet, uploaded by an account named @bacmaster by “Joseph Ametrano,” is showing to have been time-stamped by servers on Nov. 10, prior to ironically being recently made private or removed by the account holder. Screen-shots also show a blog posting on the YouCaring.com charity website for Dec. 10, also showing as having since been removed, along with an official Google time-stamp showing the United Way victim’s fundraising website page, created and titled specifically for the Sandy Hook shootings, was posted Dec. 11, three days before the event actually happened.
Although it is still largely unknown as to who is actually responsible for the entire situation, based on eyewitness testimony, police dispatch audio and video footage, it’s obvious it was not merely pulled off by only one 20-year-old, named Adam Lanza, that snapped after taking antidepressants for too long. In addition to the fact that the car at the scene is registered to a known Florida drug dealer, an incredible amount of facts about the story have been conveniently ignored by a mainstream media that is subsequently altering public perception into generally believing it was a lone-gunman using an assault rifle, neither of which is true.
After also finding what seems to be trained “crisis actors” that include alleged victim’s parents clearly talking comfortably and laughing before a noticeable attempt to get into character for news cameras, direct eyewitnesses claiming to have seen multiple suspects being arrested while frantically attempting to escape the immediate area and many other unreasonable evidence exclusions by the establishment and/or its puppet media, all screams of a blatant attempt to ignore facts that would change the entire attitude surrounding the aftermath, who may have been responsible and the entire gun “debate” in general.
A close-up of Google recorded the official Sandy Hook Relief Fund site as having been “indexed” three days before the shooting on Dec. 11, 2012.
This article first appeared at Examiner.
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